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Jacob Dillon, esq. of Riyerstown, in the county of
Bartholomew, of Drogheda, ancestor of the pre-
Sir William Bath, knt. of Rathfagh, Atbcarne, and Dullastown, in the county of Meath, and of Drumcondragh, in the county of Dublin, m. Alicia, daughter and heir of Robert Durpatrick, esq. of Stillorgan, and had four sons,
John, chancellor of the Exchequer in Ireland, who d. 18th July, 1S77, having had three sons, namely, Robert; William, justice of the Common Pleas; and John, of Bellgriffin, in the county of Dublin. William, who m. Mary, daughter of Walter Nugent, esq. of Moyrath, in the county of Meath, and <'. s. p. Walter, whose daughter, Elizabeth, m. Sir Thomas Luttrell, knt. chief justice of the Common Picas. James. The youngest son,
James Bath, esq. living temp. Henry VIII. was father of two daughters, Margaret, m. to Patrick Evcrard, esq. and Jane, m. to Luke Dillon, esq. of Proudtown, and of one son,
John Bath, esq. of Athcarne, who had three sons, Locas; Robert, of Kilkenny; and William. The eldest son,
Sir Locas Bath, of Athcarne, was created a BaRonet in 1668, but died without issue, when the title expired.
The Athcarne branch of the family is now represented bv Joseph-Henry Bath, esq. of Dublin, son of the late Thomas Bath, esq. by Miss Delamere, his wife.
Arms—Gu. a cross between four lions rampant, ar.
Alderman Sir Daniel Bellingham, first lord mayor of the city of Dublin, supposed to have been au illegitimate son of the family of Bellingham, of the county of Louth, was created a Baronet in 1666. About the close of the 17th century Sir Daniel granted lands in the parish of Finglass, in the county of Dublin, for the relief of poor debtors in the city, and four courts Marshalseas, and vested the same in the clerk of the Crown and one of the six clerks in Chancery as trustees for that purpose. The object of this humane settlement has, however, never been enforced.
Arms— Sa. three bugle-horns arg. stringed or.
Sir Francis Blcndel, brother and heir of Sir George Blundel, knt. of Cardington, Bedfordshire, was appointed in 1619 secretary for the affairs of Ireland, and made a Baronet of that kingdom 13th October ltt'20. He m. Joyce, daughter of William Serjeant, esq. of Waldridge, Bucks, and by her, who wedded secondly, Nicholas Whyte, esq. had a son and successor,
Sir George Blundel, second Baronet, M.P. for Philipstown, who m. Sarah, daughter and eventual heir of Sir William Colley, knt. of Edenderry, and had Elizabeth, m. to Sir Henry Wemyap, of Danesfort, in the county of Kilkenny; and Sarah, m. to Deliverance Barrow, esq. and three sons, namely,
Francis, his heir.
William, who m. Miss Anne Taflhwr, and -7
her, who il. in 1732, had trwo sons and three
daughters. Winwood, who m. Margaret, daughter of Henry
Bollard,of Dublin, and by her (who m. secondly,
the ReT. William Nelson) had two daughters,
Frances, who d. unm.
Sarah, wife of Arthur Graham, of the county of Longford.
The eldest son,
Sir Francis Blcndel, third Baronet, tV 3&ih January, 1643, M.P. for the King's county, left by Anne, his second wife, only daughter of Sir Heart Ingoldsby, bart. a daughter, Anne, as. in 1606, fc> Colonel Robert Echlin, of Monaghan, a son and successor,
Sir Moktaoue Blundel, fourth Baronet, 0. in 1680, who represented Haslemere in parliament, sad was raised to the peerage of Ireland, find November, 1780, as Baron of Edenderry, and Viscocht Bldsdsl. His lordship m. in 1700, Mary, only daughter ci* John Chetwynd, esq. of Grendon, Warwickshire, and had issue,
Montagu, who d. unm. 21st January, 1732.
Mary, m, in 1733, to William Trumbull, esq. cf
Chetwynd, in. in 1741, to Robert, Lord Raymoai. Lord Blundel d. in 1756, and with him the Preeacc and Baronetcy Expired.
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BOND, OF COOLAMBER.
Epiiraix Bond, emigrating from Yorsksbire,setiW in the city of Londonderry, about the year 16». and acquired a considerable property by eommerria' pursuits there. He m. Miss Dewin, and had r»j sons, namely,
William, his heir.
John, of Ballyklagher, in the county of Bern, ancestor of the Bonds of Ballyklagher. The elder son,
William Bond, esq. of Glenlough, was father «f James Bond, esq. of Glenlough, who wedded Mm Burns, and had five sons, of whom the second, James Bond, esq. was father of Sir James Bond, of Coolamber, in the county rf Longford, M.P. for Naas, wbo was created a Baro>et 21st January 1704. He m. in 1770, Anne, daughter d William Hornby, esq. governor of Bombay, and relirt of Richard Eyre, esq. and by her, who d~ in W*fc had issue,
Tbomas-lonspord, 6. 28th October, 1776; m. «i
Anne-Winsley, m- 24th December, 1792, ts th* Hon. Christopher Hely Hutchinson, and d. in 1799, tearing a son, John Hely Hutchinson, 6. in 1795. Louisa, m. to John Miller, esq. of Russell Square, London, and had two daughters, Louisa Anne Stuart Miller and Henrietta Miller.
In 1022 a Baronetcy was conferred on
Pete* Boulen, a native of Holland, but of him or
his descendants, if there were any, we hare been
unable to obtain particulars.
The family of Brabazon, Barbazon, or Barbancon, as the name has at different times been written, assumed its designation from the Province of Brabant, in Flanders, or more properly, from the Tillage and castle of Barbancon, from which the noble family of Barbancon, whose honors and principality are now merged in the house of Aremberg, took its origin. Of the Flemish race was
James Lk Brabanzon, whose name appears in the Battle-Abbey Roll, amongst the leaders of the Norman host, 1060, and from whom descended in a direct line, Sir William Brabazon, of Kastwell, in the county of Leicester, Treasurer and Lord Justice of Ireland, temp, Henry VIII. who m. Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of Nicholas Clifford, esq. of Holme, in the county of Kent, and was father of Sir Edward Brabazon, created Lord Ardee, (from whom descended the Earls of Meath, and the late Wallop Brabazon, esq. of Rath House, in the county of Louth,) and of Sir Anthony Brabazon, of Ballinsloe Castle, in the county of Galway, from whom lineally sprung (4th in descent)
George Brabazon, esq. of Brabazon Park, in the county of Mayo, who m. Sarah, daughter of Dominick Burke, esq. of Glorouch, in the county of Galway, M.P. and was s. by his eldest son,
I. Anthony Brabazon, esq. of Brabazon Park, who was created a Bart, Of Ireland, 10th November, 1797. He m. 1776, Anne, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. Sir Capel Molyneux, bart and left issue, William John, his heir.
Anne-Mary, m. to Hercules Sharpe, esq. of Oaklands, in Westfield, Sussex, brother of Sir Cuthbert Sharpe, and has issue. The eldest son, William John Sharpi, of Trinity College, Cambridge, assumed by sign manual, in 1841, the surname and arms of Brabazon. Sarah, m. 16th July 1823, to Henry, present Lord Teynham. Sir Anthony d. 3rd July, 1803, and was t. by his son, Ii. Sir William John Brabazon, second baronet, M.P. for the county of Mayo, who d. num. in 1840, when the title became Extinct. Arms—Gu. on a bend or, three martlets sa.
The Ret. John Bramhall, D.D. born at Pontcfract, in Yorkshire, in 1593, of an ancient family, descended from the Bramballs of Bramhall, in Cheshire, became eminently distinguished as a theologian and divine.
and eventually attained the mitre, being consecrated bishop of Derry upon the demise of Dr. Down bam in 1634. During the civil war, his lordship, a devoted royalist, suffered in common with the other adherents of bis ill fated sovereign; but he survived to tba Restoration, and was upon that auspicious event, translated to the archbishoprick of Armagh, in which see he continued until his decease on the 25th June, 1603. His grace left, with three daughters, the eldest, Isabella,* m. to Sir James Graham, son of the Earl of Monteith; the second, to Alderman Toxteath, of Drogheda; and the third, to Standiah Hartstong, esq. a son and successor.
Sir Thomas Bramhall, of Rathmullynn, in the county of Meath, who was created a Baronet 31st May, 1662, but died without issue, whereupon the title became Extinct.
Arms—Sa. a lion rampant or, armed and langued
BULKELEY OF OLD BAWN.
William Bulkeley, D.D. archdeacon of Dublin, elder son of Dr. Launcelot Bulkeley, archbishop of Dublin, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Mainwaring, esq. of Kilkenny, one of the Masters in Chancery, and by her, who d. in 1679, had issue, Richard, his heir. Arthur, who d. unm. in 1666. Lancelot, d. unm. Alicia, m. to Henry Martin, esq. Mary, m.to Lancelot Dowdall, esq. of Mountoun,
county Meath. Agnes, m. 1st to Edward Chichester, esq.; and 2nd to Roger Masterson, esq. of Prospect and Monyseed, in the county of Waterford. Dr. Bulkeley d. in 1670, and was s. by his son.
Sir Richard Bulkeley, of Old Bawn, in the county of Dublin, and of Dunlavan, in the county of Wicklow, who was created a Baronet 9 Dec, 1672. Hem. first, in 1620, Catharine, daughter and co-heir of John Bysse,esq. chief baron of the Exchequer, and secondly, Dorothy Whitfield, (who wedded secondly, William Worth, one of the barons of the Exchequer' s the former, he had two sons, Richard,his heir.
John, who m. Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Whetfield, esq. and d. 13 July, 1609, leaving an only daughter and heir, Hester, m. IS April, 1702, to the Rt. Hon. James Worth Tynte, M. P. younger son of Mr. Baron Worth. Sir Richard was *. at his decease in 1685, by his elder son,
Sir Richard Bulkeley, second baronet, who m. Lucy, daughter of Sir George Downing, baronet, of Hatley, in the county of Cambridge, but by her, who wedded secondly, in August, 1710, William Worth, esq. he had no surviving issue. Sir Richard d. 7 April, 1710, and with him the Baronetcy became extinct.
Arms— Sa. a chev. between three bucks' heads, cabossed, arg.
BUTLER, OF POLESTOWN.
Walter Butler, second son of Sir Richard Butler, of Polcstown, in the county of Kilkenny, and grandson of James, third Earl of Ormonde, was father of
* Isabella, Lady Graham, left an only daughter and bcir, Helena, Marquess of Hastings.
. to Sir Arthur Rawdon, bart. ancestor of the
Eomonp Butler, of Polestown, who^had four sons, Walter, Peter, Theobald, and Richard. The second non, Peter, of Roscrea, in. Catharine de Burgo, and had three sons, who all d. 5. p.; they were Edward, Walter, who, being a commander under the Emperor, obtained a grant of the lordship of Hesberg, in Germany, which descended to the Polestown family, and Theobald, who rf. in Poland, in 1034. Edmund Butler's eldest son,
Walter Butler, esq. of Polestown, had issue, Richard, his heir; Thomas, of Clonmore, in the county of Carlow, and Joan. The eldest son,
Sir Richard Butler, knt. of Polestown, d. 20th August, 1819, and was succeeded by his son,
Edmond Butler, esq. of Polestown, who had a special levery of his estates, 23rd November, 1U28. He m. Ellice, daughter of Nicolas Shortall, of Claragb, in the county of Kilkenny, and had five sons, and as many daughters; of the latter, the eldest, Ellice, wedded Murtogh Cavanagh, esq. of Garrybill, in the county of Carlow. Edmund Butler d. 41st April, 1636, and was s. by his son,
Sir Walter Butler, of Polestown, who was created a Baronet, 19th April, 1643. Hem. Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Richard, third Viscount Mountgarret, and by her, who d. 21st August, 1630, left a son and successor,
Sir Richard Butler, second baronet, of Polestown, who by Elizabeth, his wife, left at his decease, in Itiso, a son, Walter, his heir, and three daughters, of whom one ra. Pierce Aylward.csq. of Shankill, and another, Hester, became, in 1698, the wife of James Butler, esq. of Cournellane, in the county of Carlow. The son and successor,
Sir Walter Butler, third baronet of Polestown, b. in 1679, m. in 1007, Lucy, daughter of Walter Butler, esq. of (>arryrk-ken, and by her, who d. in 1703, had a son, Richard, who d. before his father, and a daughter, Mary, who d. a nun. Sir Walter d. 8th October, 1723, and with him the Baronetcy Expired.
Arms—Or, a chief indented, az.
COLCLOUGH, OF TINTERN ABBEY, ftineage.
The visitation of Staffordshire shews this family to have beeu of consideration in that county before it became eminent in Ireland.
Richard Colclough, living 40 Edward III. had issue, three sons, Hugh.
William, living 39 Edward III.
J1m.ii Colclough, granted Blurton and Cockenklce, to his son, in 48 Edward III. by name
Richard Colcloikjh, who lived in 7 Henry V. and m. Elizabeth, daughter of John Delves.
John Coiclough, whose relationship to the above is not given, had a son and heir,
Thomas Colclough, living 11 and 2*2 Henry VI. who had
Richard Colclough, mayor of Newcastle-underLine, anno 18 Edward IV. who wedded Blanche, daughter of William Davenport, of Davenport, Cheshire, esq- and had a son,
John Colclough, of Blurton, Staffordshire, 1 EdWARD V. He m. Agnes, daughter and heir of Lockwood, and left two sons, viz. Richard, bis heir.
Thomas, who had Delft- House, alias High Haugh, by gift of his father, dated 19th February, 14 Henry VIII.
Richard Colclough, esq. of Wolstantoa, w V«i verton, in Staffordshire, espoused Eleanor, daoefcr of Sir John Dray cote, of Paynesley, knt. by vboB Ik had,
1. Anthony (Sir), of whom presently. ti. John, a citizen of London in 1566. in. Matthew, a draper in London, who El tins
wives, by whom he had nine childrca. It. Richard, Anthony Colclough, esq.of Blorton, Suffordslirin 1566, son and successor, was captain of the tak of pensioners to Quern Elizabeth, and vu rrt&ft4 the Abbey and lands of Tintern.in the coaatyof Wnford. He came first into Ireland in the year lie, and was knighted by the lord justice of that liajdca on the 7th September, 1509. Sir Anthony 4. oa tk 9th December, 1584, and lies buried under a hmo*®* monument at Tintern Abbey. His wife tu Clia, daughter of Thomas Agard, esq. who amassed a grot fortune as one of the receivers of the Irish rmia and by her, who m. secondly, Sir Tbomu Wflliiss, knt. who if. a prisoner in the Tower of Laa4oa,& Anthony had issue,
1. Francis. 1 . .
111. Anthony, slain in service in Ireland in the
hereafter. v, John, vi. Mathew. vn. Leonard. I. Jaquet, m. Right Hon. Sir Nicholas Wifci.
justice of the Queen's Bench in IreUnd11. Frances, m. William Smethwiche, esq. in. Clare, m. William Sneyd, esq. of Brad«iO.
Staffordshire. iv. Eleanor, rf. young. The eldest surviving son,
Sirthomas Coi-c Lough, knt, of Tintern Abhey.ia* county of Wexford, 6. 1564, succeeded bis father.asi had livery of his estate, (being th«?n a knight}da»l >* February, 6 Jac. I. He m. Martha, fourth daagbter of Adam Loftus, archbishop of Dublin; and bybtz, who rf. 19th March, 1609, and was buried in *• Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, he had issue, 1. Adam (Sir), son and heir. 11. Thomas, rf. before March 1609. in. Johu, ra. Catherine, daughter of Walter.** and heir of Richard Synuott, esq- of B*D?«rennan, and Rosgarland Hall; M.P-f*** county of Wexford in 1559, by whom be ^
1. Mary.ra. James Butler, esq. of Ckw£» in the county of Wexford.
2. Martha, ra. Thomas Cullen, esq. of CilIenstowu, in the county of Wexferi.
3. Clara, a nun. iv. Richard.
v. Leonard. > _.
I. Anne, ra. Nicholas, grandson and heir «-f
Nicholas Bagenal, knt. of Dunleclny, w * county of Carlow; secondly, Sir Tbama* Bailer, bart. of Garryhundon, or Clougbjrei**
II. Jane, m. John Wogan, esq. of Weston, ia Pem
III. Martha.ra. John Piggott.of the Desert.QntfaJ
county, esq. eldest son ofsirHobert Pireott."1
IV. Mary', m. Sir Nicholas Walsh, tat. J"*"'*'
Ballycarrigmore, in the county of Wsterfcrt f. Eleanor, m. Bryan Kavanagh, esq. of Polemonty and Bonis, in the county of Carlow, chief of his nation. Sir Thomas espoused secondly, Elenor, second daughter of Dudley Bagenal, esq. of Dunleckny, in the county of Carlow,second son of Sir Nicholas Bagenal, knt. of Vwry, marshal of Queen Elizabeth's armies in Ireland. She m. again, (as third wife to) Luke lMunkett, first Earl of Fingall, and d. November, 1632. Sir Thomas Colclough d. 23rd August, 16/4, and was buried at Tintern Abbey, tearing by his second wife, i. Dudley (Sir), of Mochurry, in the county of Wexford, 6. in 1613, who left, by Catherine his wife, daughter of Patrick Esmonde, esq. a daughter, Mariana, m. to John Byrne, esq. of Cabinteely, and a son and heir, Patrick, M.P. for the county of Wexford, whose son Dudley,* was father of
C.fcSAB, of Dufl'rcy Hall, M.P. who S. eventually as heir at law to Tintern Abbey. Ii. Anthony, in. Mary, daughter of William Esmonde, esq. of Johnstown Castle, county of Wexford, knight of the shire for that county in 1634; by whom be had,
1. Adam, of Gray's Inn, London, in. Mary,
daughter of Colonel Blague, groom of the chamber to Charles II. She was maid of honour to the Duchess of York, and the lady celebrated by Grammont, for " ses paupieres blonde.*."
2. Cicsar, of Rosgarland, which he rented
from the Leigh family, its possessors since the restoration of Charles 11. Mr. Colclough's will, dated 24 April, 1724, was proved 1726. He left,
i. Anthony, whose will was proved
in Dublin in 1733. I. Frances. Ii. Elinor, in. Maria, in. John, living 1642. i. Mabel, d. yonDg. The eldest son,
Sia Adam Colclough, bart. of Tintern Abbey, b. 1600, was created a Baronet in 1628; he in. (Alice, daughter of Sir Robert Rich, knt. a master in Chancery in England, and dying 4th April, 1634, left issue, i. Cesar (Sir), his heir.
Ii. Anthony,of Kathlin.in the county of Wexford; who took the oath of the Holy Catholic Confederation ; and was a member of the supreme council at Kilkenny in 1612; m. Ismay, daughter of — Browne, esq. of Malrankan Hall, in the county of Wexford. The elder son,
Sir Ccsar Colclouch, second bart. of Tintern Abbey, 6. 1624, m. Frances, daughter of Sir William Clarke, baronet, of Thame, Oxfordshire, who d. before him. He */. 22 June, 1664, having had a son and daughter, viz. CfeSAK (Sir). Margaret, who became heiress to her brother of his
great estates. She wi. first, Robert Leigh, esq. of Ballybrittas, in the county of Wexford, who took the name of Colclough; and secondly, John Pigot,esq. of K ilfiuny, in the county of Limerick, who also assumed the name of Colclough. She d. s. p. in 1722, and was s. in the manor of Tintern by her heir at law. Colonel Casar ColCloi.;<;h," of Duflry Hall, who, by Henrietta Vesey, his first wife, was great grandfather of the present Ccsar Colclough, esq. of Tintern Abbey. Sir Caesar d. 22nd June, 1684, and was s. by his only son,
Sir Ccsar Colclough,third bart. of Tintern Abbey, deputy lieutenant - governor of the county of Kilkenny in 1680: at whose decease (his will was proved in Dublin in 1702) the Baronetcy became Extinct.
Arms—Ar. five eagles displayed in cross, sa.
COLE, OF NEWLAND.
Sir William Colr, knt. the first of the Cole family who settled in Ireland, fixed his abode, early in the reign of James I. in the county of Fermanagh, and becoming an undertaker in the northern plantation had an assignment, in 1611, of one thousand acres of escheated lands in the county wherein he resided; to which, in 1612, were added 320 in the same shire, whereof eighty were assigned for the town of Enniskillen. Sir William raised a regiment, and fought with great success against the rebels, in 1643. He a*, in 1653, leaving by Catherine, his second wife, daughter of Sir Lawrence Parsons, of Birr, second baron of the Irish Exchequer, two sons,
Michael (Sir, knt.), M.P. for Enniskillen, ancestor of William Willoughby Cole, Earl or Enniskillen. (See Burxr's Peerage.) John. The second son,
Sir John Cole, of Newland, in the county of Dublin, M.P. for the county of Fermanagh, having distinguished himself during the rebellion, particularly in the relief of Enniskillen, of which he was governor, and being instrumental in promoting the restoration of Charles II. was created a Baronet of Ireland in 1660. He m, Elizabeth, daughter of John Chichester, esq. of Dungannon, and had issue, Arthur, his heir. Michael, of Derry, in the county of Tipperary,
who (t. without surviving issue, in 1726. Richard, of Archer's Grove, in the county of Kilkenny, M.P. for Enniskillen, who in, first, in 1698, Penelope, daughter and heir of Sir William Evans, bart. of Kilcreene; and secondly, Mary Keating; but d. s. p. in 1720. His widow m. in 1730, Toby Purcell, esq. who resided at Archer's Grove. Catherine, m. to Thomas Brooke, esq. of Donegal. Letitia, m. to William Fitzgerald, dean of Cloyne. Mary, m. to Henry, Earl of Drogheda.
* Of Dudley's younger sons, John, the eldest, was father of the late Thomas-Francis Colclough, esq. of Ballyteigue Castle, in the county of Wexford; and Henry, the second, had four sons, Dudley, who <l. num. Beauchaiup, (grandfather of Beauchainp-Colclough Urquliart, e*q. of Meldrnm); Patrick, of Anneville, in the Queen's county; anil Caspar,of Mew Ross.
* Colonel C*sar Colclough in. secondly, in 1718, Frances, eldest daughter of sh Thomas Vesey, bart. Bishop of Ossory, and had by her three sons.
i. Adam, of Duflry Hall, had six sons, of whom the eldest, Ca-sar, was chief justice of Prince Edward'sUland and Newfoundland; the third,DudIcy, in holy orders, was father of AgmondeihamVt-sey, of Newtown Barry, in the county of Wexford; and the fifth, Palrtck-Sarsneld, now of Dublin, has a sun, Patrick-Sarsneltl, of Anne Ville, Queen's county.
It. Thomas, 1). I). m. and had two daughters.
in. Richard, major 7th dragoon guards. Frances, m. to Sir Thomas Domville, bart. Margaret, M. first, to the very Rev. John Bardet, dean of Clonfert; and secondly, to Thomas Lloyd, esq. of Croatian, county of Roscommon. Elizabeth, m. to Sir Michael Cole, knt. The eldest son.
Sir Arthur Cole, hart. M.P. was created by King George I. 1st March, 1714, Baron Haseuch, of Ranelagh, with limitation of the title, in default of his male issue, to the heirs male of his father. His lordship m. first, Catherine, daughter of William, third Lord Byron; and secondly, 1748, Salina, daughter of Peter Bathurst, esq. of Clarendon Park., Wilts; but d. t. p. 12th October, 1754, aged ninety, when the dignity became Extinct.
Arms—Arg. a bull, passant, sa. armed and unguled, or, within a border of the second, charged with eight bezants ; on a canton, azure, a harp, or, stringed of the field.
In 1741, a Baronetcy was conferred on Alderman Sir Samuel Cooke, of the City of Dublin, but the title soon after became Extinct.
Sir William Cooprr, LL.D. of Dublin, was created a Baronet, 3rd October, 1758, with remainder, in default of his issue male, to the heirs male of the body of his brother Thomas Cooper, esq. deceased. Despite of this limitation, the title soon became
William Cromie, esq. second son of William Cromie, esq. of Cromore in the county of Meath, left with two daughters, two sons, Michael, his heir, and John, in holy orders, who m. the Hon. Emily-Juliana Browne, daughter of Lord Kilmaine, by Alice, his wife, daughter of James Viscount Charlemont, and had William, and other issue.
The son and heir.
Sir Michael Cromie, lent, who was created a BaRonet 35th July, 1776, m. Gertrude, daughter and heir of Ford Lambart, fifth Earl of Cavan, and left, with a daughter, m. to Witney-Melbourne West, esq. a son.
Sir William Lambart Cromie, second baronet, who m. in 1810, Anne-Rachel, only child of Sir William Hicks, baronet, but d. s. p. in 1841, when the title became Extinct, the entailed estates of the representation of the family devolving on the Rev. William Cromie, of Ardmorane, in the county of Mayo, first cousin of the deceased Baronet.
Arms—Arg. in chief, two acorns with a leaf at each side of their stems ppr. and in base as many roses gu.
CROOK, OF BALTIMORE.
Sir Thomas Crook, who settled a colony of English Protestants at Baltimore, in the county of Core, and procured a new charter of incorporation from James 1. was created a Baronet in 1624; but died shortly after.
Cronkhaven, in the county of York, was called after Sir Thomas, and several of the name of Crook still subsist in that neighbourhood.
EATON, OF DUNMOYUN.
Sib Simon Eaton, of Dunmoylin, in the count* of Limerick, was created a Baronet Slat February. 1681 ; but the title has long since become Extisct.
EUSTACE, OF CASTLE MARTIN.
Sir Mae Rice Eustace, of Castle Martin, ia thf county of Kildare, (son of William Fits John Eostsn, esq. of Castle Martin, and the descendant of a yonasrr branch of the ennobled family of Baltinrlasft w represented by the Rev. Charles Eustace, of Roomtown*), was elected speaker of the Irish Htm* rf Commons in 1639, constituted in 1600, Lord Cbascellor of Ireland, and created a Baronet 23rd Dectober, 1683. His son and successor,
Sir Maurice Eustace, second Baronet at Cud* Martin, colonel of the 19th Rrgixnent of foot in At*; James's Service, at the siege of Derry, who Mswai the fortunes of his Sovereign to France, s*. atartam, fourth daughter of Thomas Newcomen, esq. of Swttsn. in the county of Dublin, and had a daughter sad heir, m. to Tickell, the poet.
Arms— Or, a cross eugr. gu.
EVERARD, OF BAIXYBAY.
The Everards were for many centuries seated c Fethard, in the county of Tipperary, when a Tbtj ancient monument to one of their early ancestor* * still shewn. In 1623, a Baronetcy was conferred sa
Richard Everard, esq. of Fethard, whose sen.
Sir Redmond Everard, second Baronet, of Fethard, left with daughters, of whom Mary, m. Theobald Butler, seventh Lord Cahir, and Elisabeth, wedded James, sixth Lord Dunboyne, a son and successor,
Sir John Everard, third Baronet, of Fethard.»sa si. Eleuor, daughter of Pierce, sixth Lord Cahir, sad had a son,
Sir Richard Everard, fourth Baronet,of Fethard. who in. Catherine, daughter of James Tobin, esq. ef Cumpshinagh, in the county of Tipperary, and had a daughter Catherine, Si. to Richard Shee, ess. ■" Cloran.
EVANS, OF KILKREEN.
Sir William Evans, of Kilkreen in the county of Kilkenny, created a Baronet, 19th February, Issa. m. Jane, daughter of Colonel Richard Caste, of Tullaghmine, in the same shire, and had issue, Thomas, d. v. p.
Penelope, m. in 1698, to Colonel Richard Cole-
• The Rev. Charles Enstace has recently been declared the immediate heir of the Lords BaUinthus, and last be would be Viscount B A Ltinolam if the attainder against the family were removed.